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Communication Configuration

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When working with FP2, the most common factor in overall system performance is communication between the Server and the Client computers.  In order to ensure that your organization experiences the best possible performance of the FP2 software for users, it's important to carefully consider the overall communication configuration.

 

Here are the most common communication configurations, along with some of the advantages and drawbacks of each:

 

Single Computer

 

LAN-Based

 

Internet-Based

 

Terminal Server

 

Combination